US Coast Guard Lieutenant Lance Leone faces charges related to the deaths of two of his crew mates during a crash off the coast of Washington last year. Proceedings are expected to last into Friday.
Governor Sean Parnell and First Lady Sandy Parnell held the annual holiday open house at the Governor’s mansion Tuesday in Juneau.
A new report says Southeast Alaska’s sea otter boom has cost the region close to $30 million. Most is income lost as otters consume shellfish and crabs that otherwise would be harvested by commercial divers and fishermen.
City Manager Rod Swope says Juneau can’t make any improvements until two private companies work out their issues over the collection and disposal of garbage.
A Ketchikan House candidate faces a sizable penalty for campaigning without registering. An Alaska Public Offices Commission attorney recommends fining David Scott $2,357.
Hawaiian client of a Juneau guide is the latest to be implicated in possible poaching activities in the area.
Ryan West is charged with second degree murder in connection with the death of Gabriel Carte.
Officials are trying to determine the source of an offensive odor coming from the Mendenhall Lake Campground. Initial testing indicates the smell is not coming from a toxic source, including sewage.
The clock is ticking toward a decision on the fate of the Douglas Post Office.
A capital city artist has just released a book of his Sarah Palin political cartoons. Tony Newman’s work is as much about Juneau and Alaska as it is about the former governor and vice presidential candidate.